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Взято с тублера.Особенно понравилась часть про свастику :D

Самое забавное не могла не выделить!

"A post about a little red shirt.

Today, we’re going to talk about something which hits a little too close to home – something which, to me, would seem like common sense, but obviously it isn’t. Something which I see reoccurring again and again, to my compiling shock:

Pople are advertizing an era of terror, of tyrannical policing, of wars and of the degradation of the human right, and of a genocide that was far worse than that of Hitler.

Where is this happening?

Right here.

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Let’s just get this out of the way, so that you don’t think I can’t keep a lid on my emotions.

WHAT THE FUCK IS WRONG WITH YOU, YOU FUCKING STUPID PRICK?!

DO YOU KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS.

DO YOU KNOW WHAT THOSE LETTERS MEAN.

DO YOU KNOW WHAT HAPPENED THERE.

DO YOU KNOW WHAT HAPPENED THEN.

DO YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING, WEARING THAT SHIRT, THAT EMBLEM, BLAZING IN PROUD RED AND YELLOW LETTERS ACROSS YOUR STUPID FUCKING CHEST.

Next time, ladies and gentlemen, when you want to pull on a USSR shirt, just draw a Nazi Swastika on a white T-shirt and then go out in public.

I fucking dare you.

/deep breath

When I first saw a classmate wearing a shirt like this in 10th grade, I was, honestly, a little too shell-shocked to truly comprehend it. I thought ‘ maybe he doesn’t know what that means ’ or ‘ maybe he hasn’t taken a history class ’ or ‘maybe he thinks that’s the Russian coca-cola logo’.

I went up to his kid, my eyes wide, and I asked him, rather calmly “why are you wearing that shirt?”

He looked at me, and then, in a tone which clearly suggested proud defensiveness, said “Because I’m a communist.”

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The problem, ladies and gentlemen, is that the USSR does not equal communism – no, wait, hear me out – it really does not. The USSR logo is an emblem, a historical symbol of decades of tyrannical rule, of police knocking on your door at the early hours of the morning, of government control which extends the closest to the hypothetical anti-utopia theme of George Orwell’s 1984. It’s an era where a young boy, upon having discovered his uncle and father trying to sneak a little bit of corn from the harvest to feed their families because the government won’t leave them any rations, went and told the government, and then the father and uncle got shot to death, and then the boy got a monument erected in his honor. It’s an era when the people are all equal – and they’re all as low as dirt (except for the privileged ones, of course). It’s an era of long winters waiting in line for a little bit of food. It’s an era of children, growing up, not knowing what a banana looks like. It’s an era of insane, blind worship of a figure which isn’t even a spiritual deity – and yet he is feared as such.

What the fuck are you doing, you worthless piece of knowledgeless shit?!

Do you really stand for all of that?

Let me say something else – Communism is an idea. It’s a theoretical government system. And when I say ‘theoretical’ I mean that in a good way. Because I don’t want to say “no, communism is shit” because it isn’t. It’s a nice idea. People working together, no starvation, equality, etc, etc…

Except let’s get something straight.

Communism is an IDEA.

The USSR is a memory.

Advertize one.

Don’t make us recall the other.

Don’t be a douchebag.

Take it off, and, if you know there are people out there who need to read this – please reblog. "

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NEVERHOOD · @neverhood 7 0 10 1

Я устала от этого всего.Я не хочу вдаваться в подробности, я просто психую.